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<p>A recovery protocol for distributed systems using the time warp control mechanism is described. The proposed protocol is fault tolerant to multiple process failures. Time warp is an optimistic execution technique in which synchronization is achieved using rollback. The recovery protocol exploits the redundancy already available to implement process rollback in the time warp mechanism. Thus, the protocol has little additional bookkeeping overhead, which contrasts with many other recovery protocols.</p>
multiple process failures; recovery protocol; distributed systems; time warp control mechanism; fault tolerant; optimistic execution; synchronization; redundancy; process rollback; distributed algorithms; distributed processing; fault tolerant computing; protocols.

J. Agre and D. Agrawal, "Recovering from Multiple Process Failures in the Time Warp Mechanism," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 41, no. , pp. 1504-1514, 1992.
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